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Hi I'm Stuart

My family and I love to travel the world and share our faith and music with everyone. We are so blessed! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband and father. I have seven children and love to spend time with my kids. I enjoy tennis and golf, but aren't really good at either. I take karate lessons with some of my kids as we are all working towards getting our black belts in karate together. I love to travel the world and tell others about my faith. We live on a few acres with a stream and enjoy the outdoors, although we don't get outside enough! I like to spend time with the youth of our church. I own several passive income businesses that provide us a great living do what we love to do, travel and share our faith!!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Mormon church and was baptized when I was eight. I love the teachings and doctrine of the gospel of Jesus Christ and know that Jesus is my personal Savior. I know Joseph Smith restored the gospel and that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Christ along with the Bible. When I was 16, I had an experience that changed my life when I was going through a hard experience I felt the Savior's love and knew that the Mormon church was true and where I needed to be in life. I have never forgotten this experience. I love the Lord and am thankful to be a member of his church. I served a mission in Australia for two years and learned much about myself and how blessed I am to have the gospel in my life.

How I live my faith

I attend church services each week and participate in service projects and teaching the youth in an early morning religious education class every day (that starts at 6 AM!). I visit some families in the congregation each month to see how I can help them out and try to be a friend to everyone I meet. I need to do a better job sharing my beliefs with others, but have had some good experiences doing this in the past. I know being a member of the church is something I have to do 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - not just on Sunday.